The Music Box

| October 15, 2013


The Music Box

In her debut novel, Heather Meyer brings her characters to life in a touching story that has been favorably compared to the style and themes of books by Nicholas Sparks and Ryan Winfield.

She always told herself she would someday find a man as wonderful as her father, if that
man existed at all, but his suicide on her fourteenth birthday left her disillusioned and alone.

Thirteen years later, estranged from her mother who blames her for his death, Heather longs for
understanding. In hopes of finding it, she escapes the city and settles in a small South Carolina town to write his story. There, she meets Matt, a young man struggling to come to grips with his own father’s legacy.

Despite a growing attraction, she keeps him at arm’s length until the tune from a tiny music box reveals a common bond that pulls them together and sets them on a journey of discovery that will
challenge everything she believes about herself and about the man she thought couldn’t possibly exist.

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